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Archive for January, 2017

FAA, Santa Monica Reach Agreement Over SM Airport – Culver City May Have More Noise

FAA, Santa Monica Reach Agreement Over SM Airport – Culver City May Have More Noise

The Federal Aviation Administration and the City of Santa Monica have reached a settlement agreement  to resolve longstanding litigation over the future of Santa Monica Airport. How this will effect Culver City's lawsuit against the FAA remains to be seen, but one factor will make a difference. In recognition of the city's authority to make decisions about land use, the agreement allows Santa [...]

Save the Date – Burning Heart Bluegrass & Bluegrass Republic @ Boulevard Music Feb 25

Save the Date – Burning Heart Bluegrass & Bluegrass Republic @ Boulevard Music Feb 25

Burning Heart Bluegrass joins forces with Chris Cerna and the Bluegrass Republic once again on Saturday, February 25th at Boulevard Music in Culver City for a high-energy celebration of real Bluegrass music. Be ready for hard-driving rhythms, hot licks, soaring harmonies, and a few tender ballads, as well. There is nothing like the sound of guitar, banjo, mandolin, fiddle, and doghouse bass [...]

Dear Editor – Feeding the Homeless

Dear Editor – Feeding the Homeless

Having helped last week at registration for the Homeless Count and then attending the Community Workshop last Saturday on Homeless and Affordable Housing; I found myself wanting to do something that would make a difference even if it was a small difference - NOW! I also wanted to give community members an opportunity to do something that can help others as well as make them feel good. These times [...]

CCHS Unveils Digital Library Media Center

CCHS Unveils Digital Library Media Center

Gone are the days of dusty shelves, rarely opened books and lots of shushing. Today’s school library is focused on collaboration, technology and a new way of encouraging students to explore ideas that stretches way beyond anything the traditional library could accommodate. Earlier this month, Culver City High School unveiled its new Digital Library Media Center (see video at [...]

Construction on the Ivy Station Project will Begin on Feb 14

Construction on the Ivy Station Project will Begin on Feb 14

There's only two more weeks left before the Ivy Station project begins, and then for the next two years, there will be no parking available next to the Metro. As construction kicks into gear, many changes will be taking place in regard to parking, bus lines and the option of neighborhood permits. Metro’s Culver City Expo Station parking lot (between Washington, National, and Venice [...]

Quilts & Fiber Art “From the Streets to the Sky”

Quilts & Fiber Art “From the Streets to the Sky”

Branch Gallery is pleased to announce their upcoming exhibition, “From the Streets to the Sky,” featuring twenty-one fiber artists. This exhibition highlights work by members in Quilts on the Wall, a local fiber group that shares a passion for quilting. Participating members include: Linda Anderson, Laurie Bucher, David Charity, Patricia Charity, Carol Churchill, Linda Friedman, Sharon [...]

Loved the Technique? Kinnon Schooled Gosling in Jazz Piano for ‘La La Land’

Loved the Technique? Kinnon Schooled Gosling in Jazz Piano for ‘La La Land’

When producers for La La Land needed someone to prepare Ryan Gosling for his role as a jazz piano star, Culver City's own Liz Kinnon got the call. The gig was a unique challenge for Kinnon with an unprecedented goal. In three months, she had to take a student with inherent musicality, but who had never studied piano nor read music, and prepare him to play specific pieces to seamlessly emulate a [...]

SSI Workshop @ Julian Dixon

SSI Workshop @ Julian Dixon

Got questions about your SSI?  Come for an educational Social Security Workshop at the Julian Dixon Library on Thursday, February 9th at 6:00pm or Saturday, February 11th at 11:00am. The workshop will cover the new rules and basics of Social Security along with the advanced filing strategies that could increase your lifetime benefit. No charge to attend with limited seating, so sign up today! If [...]

Planning Commission and Council Consider ‘Short Term Rental’ Regulations or a Ban

Planning Commission and Council Consider ‘Short Term Rental’ Regulations or a Ban

“This is the first of many meetings on this,” Mayor Jim Clarke said. “We want to learn the details of our choices so we can discuss our options.” The issue of home-sharing started in 2008 with Airbnb, a Silicone Valley start-up which mushroomed into a billion-dollar business that spread in just five years to 190 countries, including 25,500 in Los Angeles County. Governments have been [...]

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

Feel like biking a few miles? How about to Vancouver? The Culver-Palms Family YMCA’s doing a February Fitness Challenged that starts this Wednesday, February 1, where the goal is cycling 1,257 miles up the coast to Vancouver in 28 days. In the Cycling Room. At the Y. It may not be too late to sign up, so give it a try: Your individual miles pedaling (you’ll be assigned to a team of four) will [...]

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